Realistic Mathematics Education in the digital age
报告题目(Title)：Realistic Mathematics Education in the digital age
报告人(Speaker)：Paul Drijvers 教授（Freudenthal Institute for Science and Mathematics Education）
The theory of Realistic Mathematics Education (RME), developed in the Netherlands since the 1960s, has become widespread, with modeling real-world problem situations as a key characteristic. However, it has been criticized. Also, one might wonder how the RME principles work out or ask for adaptation for the case of contemporary technology-rich mathematics education. A realistic view will be promoted, in which mathematics being meaningful, and making sense to students, is a core idea, and in which digital tools may support sense-making, also from the perspective of embodiment.
Paul Drijvers教授是荷兰乌特勒支大学（Utrecht University）弗赖登塔尔研究所（Freudenthal Institute for Science and Mathematics Education）数学教育系主任、博士生导师，国际数学教育委员会（ICMI）荷兰国家代表，荷兰教育科学研究大学联盟（ICO）委员，乌特勒支应用科学大学数学教育特聘教授。主要从事现代信息技术支持下的数学课程、教学和评价研究。